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Top 12 Natural Ways To Deal With That Pain In The … (#3 Is Wicked Awesome!)
If you thought this article was about how to deal with your boss or your mother-in-law, sorry to disappoint you. Today we want to talk about a very common pain that seems to affect everyone these days, and that is shoulder pain.
People of all ages can experience shoulder pain, but lately, more and more doctors are seeing patients who are experiencing shoulder pain due to overuse of cell phones, laptops, tablets, and desktop computers.
There a number of factors and conditions that can cause shoulder pain. The most common cause is injury to the soft tissues of the shoulder, including the tendons, ligaments, and muscles. This is often due to overuse, repetitive use, and improper support.
Sometimes shoulder pain is actually caused by injury to the neck, elbow, or bicep. The body tries to make allowances for the other injured body part and ends up putting excess strain on the shoulder.
Still other times, shoulder pain is due to arthritis, spinal cord injury, tendinitis, torn cartilage, frozen shoulder, or even a broken shoulder or collar bone. Shoulder pain is sometimes a sign of disease like heart disease, liver problems, or gallbladder issues.
If your shoulder pain is chronic or severe, you should see your doctor for a complete evaluation.
However, most minor shoulder pain, caused by overwork or excessive computer use, can be safely treated at home.
Keep reading and discover the top 12 ways you can get relief from that pain in the shoulder so you can get back to enjoying life … Even if your mother-in-law is due to visit next week.
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